Well, I am a little late in answering this. The jingle used to be in two parts. There was a series of commercials in the 70s with little vignettes. The jingle started, "Everybody doesn't like something...." with a shot of everyday nuisances, such as, someone getting caught in rain, stuck in traffic, paying bills, a little kid getting a hair cut, etc. Then the jingle continued, "But, nobody doesn't like Sara Lee." And that person would get a Sara Lee treat.
Originally Posted by Sunnyone
When you hear the whole thing it makes more sense.
Back to on topic:
Wrong: She's a muscular boy, a complete impossibility. (Old song from the 60s, don't remember who it is by.)
Right: She's a must to avoid, a complete impossibility.
Just reread this. Man, I am old.
I am embarrassed to admit this:
"Panama" by Van Halen. David Lee in the speaking part says to the effect
"Reach down between my legs and ease the seat back"
As a 10ish year old, and starting to think randy thoughts, I heard, "reach down between my legs and ease the seed bag". Thought he was talking about his scrotum!!!! But my lyrics fit in just as wel.
OMG...as a huge DLRoth fan...I have actually snorted reading your post...thanks for a great laugh!!! :laugh
Originally Posted by Chickngirl
Thanks- that is one of my more embarrasing stories!! :whistle
Shania Twain's "Shoes" (from the Desperate Housewives soundtrack):
Wrong lyric: Some you wear in, in sunny weather (I know it makes no sense)
Right lyric: Some you wear in, and some you wear out
Ugh, my sister thought Gwen Stefani was singing "I ain't no Harlem fat girl" in Hollaback Girl! LMAO!
I tend to hear the wrong thing too.
Alanis Morissette's Ironic
I thought it said, an old man turned and he ate. It's actually an old man, turned ninety-eight.
Then she says it figures
I thought she said, it's a girl.
Oh man, that's hilarious.
Originally Posted by Jeff111
Here's something that's very funny. At my church, our worship team is doing a song this Christmas by Mariah Carey called "Jesus, Born On This Day". I was just told the other night by one of the women on the team that she was shopping with her 4-year-old daughter and she started singing the song. Here's the right lyrics and then what she sang: Right Lyric: Jesus, Born On This Day.
Wrong Lyric: (What the little girl sang) Jesus, what a mistake
Is that the ultimate in misheard lyrics?
Dixie Chicks - Wide Open Spaces
right : She knows the high stakes.
wrong : She knows Ohio stinks.
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